Infection Control in Healthcare Environments for Medical Personnel Safety Training Video

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20
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VOD-HCM-432
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This safety video program on Infection Control in Healthcare Environments for Medical Personnel discusses the importance of infection control in healthcare environments, the rules and regulations that you must adhere to, and what you can do to help keep everyone in your facility infection-free.

From hospital rooms to waiting rooms, healthcare facilities can contain many harmful organisms, such as bacteria, fungi and viruses. And if people are exposed to these pathogens, they can develop an infection that could easily spread to others, posing a threat to the health of everyone in your facility. But if you and your coworkers follow the proper procedures, you can help to control the spread of these organisms and ensure a safe and healthy environment for everyone.

Areas covered include:

  • information on facility hygiene,
  • your role in infection control,
  • infection control guidelines and regulations,
  • protecting patients from infection, and more.

The safety video program comes with a quiz, a scheduling and attendance form, a training certificate, and an employee training log.

Associated Regulations:

  • JCAHO infection control guidelines
  • CDC infection prevention and control guidelines

This safety video program is produced by The MARCOM Group, Ltd.

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This safety video program on Infection Control in Healthcare Environments for Medical Personnel discusses the importance of infection control in healthcare environments, the rules and regulations that you must adhere to, and what you can do to help keep everyone in your facility infection-free.

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